Walter Block’s Upcoming Speeches and Interviews

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Some of you may wish to tune in to some of these radio appearances I’ll be doing, and/or attend some of these upcoming lectures in various cities, states, and countries including Reno, St. Louis, New Orleans, Buenos Aires, and, the center of the universe as far as I’m concerned, that great city, Auburn AL.

July 19: Ron Paul Radio Marathon; 2:30pm, EST

July 24–30: Auburn, AL, Mises University; http://mises.org/events/110

August 7–11: Buenos Aires, Argentina; series of lectures on Defending the Undefendable. Contact Mr. Guilerrmo Yeatts:  guillermo@gmyeatts.com.ar

September 13: New Orleans. Ray C. Baas: RBaas@BaasCapital.com New Orleans Regional Council for Business Economics.
War on Drugs. (www.nabe.com) Ralph’s on the Park restaurant, 900 City Park Avenue; Reception begins approximately 11:45, meeting starts at Noon, speech from 12:30 to 1:30 including Q&A. contact: President, New Orleans Regional Council for Business Economics, Principal, Baas Capital LL 504-957-5506 Direct

September 15–18: Reno. Ron Paul Liberty Political Action Conference. www.LPAC2011.com

October 4: St. Louis, MO. Emmet J. and Mary Martha Doerr Center for Social Justice Education and Research, School of Social Work, St.
Louis University; “Differing Worldviews in Higher Education: Two Scholars Cooperatively Argue about Justice Education” contact: Anna Sandidge, sappinja@slu.edu; djacobs@fielding.edu; at 7pm. Here’s advanced notice on a debate I’ll be doing in the fall in St. Louis, MO on Tuesday, 10/4/11, at 7pm. I’ll be debating my co-author Four Arrows (a native Indian progressive liberal activist). Here’s some info on the event: Emmet J. and Mary Martha Doerr Center for Social Justice Education and Research, School of Social Work, St. Louis University; “Differing Worldviews in Higher Education: Two Scholars Cooperatively Argue about Justice Education” contact: Anna Sandidge, sappinja@slu.edu. Here’s info on our co-authored book: Four Arrows (aka Don Trent Jacobs) and Walter E. Block. 2010. Differing Worldviews in Higher Education: Two Scholars Argue Cooperatively about Justice Education; Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

Social justice, you might say? Give me a break. Hey, we’re often accused of speaking only to the choir. I guarantee that this will not be true in this case. The audience will likely not be libertarian at all. So, if you’re around St. Louis on that date, please consider joining us.

4:37 pm on July 8, 2011
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